(Continued from page 1) The good news is that spending is expected to rebound somewhat next year, and ongoing improvements in the job market and wage growth will continue to climb. “We’re feeling good about 2014,” said Kelter. The growing gap between the wealthy and the middle class, however, remains a consideration. On average, 90 percent of consumers with a household income of over $70,000 own their own homes, while only 50 percent of those earning less than ...

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